The three-time Oscar winning director gives a preview and preface to his controversial film about President George W. Bush.
The importance and impact of voting, and the nationwide effort to ensure every vote is cast, and counted this election year.
America's continuing HIV epidemic and how everyday people are coping with, and fighting to stop the spread of the disease.
At the RNC, delegates from very different backgrounds talk about how they found their place in the GOP.
The video shot in the midst of Hurricane Katrina that became the 2008 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Award-winning documentary.
A look at the cost versus the value of a college education for young people entering the current job market.
Journalist Roy Gutman asserts that American foreign policy often focuses on military goals instead of long-term solutions.
Singer and songwriter Amos Lee talks about the special blend of Folk/Soul music exemplified in his latest CD, 'Last Days at the Lodge.'
As the trouble continues to follow the housing market, a look at the limited options troubled borrowers have as they battle to hold on to their homes.
Former Irish President Mary Robinson talks about The Elders, a group of respected world leaders assembled by Nelson Mandela to tackle some of the world's most divisive issues.